Brooklyn photographer, David Samuel Stern has created a series of images that emulate multiple exposure photographs. In this body of work, the artist takes two slightly different portraits of the same model and weaves the prints together to create a single image.
Engaging the viewer with their complexity, the simple portraits have been manually transformed into an active image. The final pieces have a pixelated appearance due to the grid-like structure that is created through the weaving process. The intermingling of two images creates visual movement that is captivating while being slightly unsettling.